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Paris attacks: 'Wife next door during supermarket siege'

A Jewish resident of Paris whose wife was in a neighbouring shop when the kosher supermarket attack took place has said the community is afraid for its children.

He said many of his friends had talked about leaving France.

France has the largest Jewish population in the European Union but some of the community are fearful for what is happening in their country.

A gunman and four hostages died following a siege in the Hypercasher supermarket in eastern Paris on Friday.

  • 10 Jan 2015
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